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To help Meet a severe shortage,
- th. Flint Jewish- Community Coun-:-.
cil will laid its anzitiar bleod pro-
grarti.:;:nootr-6! p m. Nov.' - 24, at
Temple Beth El.
MiBlernan is chair-
Nathan Horowitz, a. June gradu -
ate of Aquinas College in Grand
Rapids, is studying sculpture in
the graduate school of: Cranbrook
- Academy of Art. Horowitz, son
of-rldr; and hirari.Satti:-.HoroeiltZ:-,of=
Gtjind Rapids eceived `.. aistt6 if!
recognition for AffeltAtiniikcizt _
or* he createdfoill'ain-PelEmaii-
ueE The . 8-foot3on14 '-Oentfhigh
- *Mora suggestsi -the
branches _of an old olive free
Grand: Rapids= _
'Morowitz- his -beenZ:tecipient,!or
a member . of 'prizes far his metal
first-an-e4nan alio*/ . ra /10.
Hi.h0PM -t0---himili-..lieulPture -after
917 N. Saginaw St.
A '6in , seldoni thinks -of taking
. Turkish, hatbit, Until 'it. Is too late.
...modein:Viddish literature' will be
the central theme of the annual- _ 'Students final: NOrttai,l''Isritel,-:.
banquet of the YIVO Inititute for and
as',well as 'students.
Jewish BaSearch; which will take froin 15 U.S universities _are- par-
- plate noon Sunday here. - ticipat in g is the tenterluate
Two distinguished authorities seminitt's'Angit'
will participate in a symposium mesters.
on this subject. Dr. Dan Miron,
professor of literature at the Uni-
yersity of Tel Aviv and at the I
sllebrevi-'. -University, _ will discuss
"Tha _Beginaings of Modern Yid .
dish: Literature." The':iioted Yid-
The - Fineit 'Of 'Nationally
dish poet and critic, _Jacob _Glat- - -Adiertisect Clothing at 1/2
stein, will speak on ''Literary
the -Price )626_.-Would Ex-
s Max -Weinreich Center
for ' Advanced Jewish Studies con-
ducts an inter-,university graduate
orograiii in the fields of Eastern
f Oodles For 35 non
1 -T4 :__ - .
European JeWish - history, the
Holocaust, the period of Jewish
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flat -arts. • at .Cranbrook. . He -!
'active "in his Grand . Rapids eon-
. ..KretStion and- is. a forme* preid-
'slent.of the _Grand Rapids - Temple
..- temple Emanuel .Men's Club
Will. bold -1 "Turkey' Trot", dance
'Nov.:, ..20.-,The 'sisterhood is plant
ning-e. Its '"Seetizid Best .
Sale'!'Noi..16-17 at the temple.
coutacil'a-, :anilual Aihmer -meeting 1971 Flint United- Appeal-
will be •beld 0:30, p.m.:. ov', 21 . ;at anclilsriet'Emerg,ency - Fund Cam-
Mier:. -Forest ;Apts., Kee, Temple Seth The_ community
pai3OE" ;Murray E. - Moss, general
.chairman; - pr. Ira B. Marder and
14-Tweea Bowling .Prograrn,,
Jaik Stanzler, associate chair-
men; and Mesdames - Charles
LehOltisky and Sol Scha-
.fer, women's division -thairthen.
- regational Dnuier
.spOiker, will be Isaac
I4-17—Beth - f- "Israel =Sisterhood
• Carrie Sills,' 9-year-old dauglier Toubik---;esetutii*SviCe: , preilident
thing: cOnimittee. Meeting, son, recently:tOok two 'firatZplace Jewish Education
ribbons in the Flint ' Cerarhies -
8 p.m., Temple Beth El
Show, SPOnsoreil by Flint Ceramics that the,amilialtAiniVer is ;a coo
Association. The' Sills' son. Glenn, operative „ effort of all constituent
won - honorable mention for a bust organizations
of Abraham Lincoln.
will be Murray -Moss, -president of
Carl Rittman, youth activities Beth - Israel Synagogue; Mrs. Ed-
co-chairman, announces the begin- wardDsher, _Beth ISrael Sister-
ning of the Flint Coinunity ,Coun- hood; Irying . .Simen, Bnai Brith;
cil's basketball season for senior Mrs. Marvin- Tersky, Bnai Brith
boys, age 16-18, and intermediate women:: Mrs. Samuel Cossman,
- 16—Council Executive com- boys, age 12-15. Eligible boys who IIadasSah; Mrs. Joe Rittman, Jew-
mittee Meeting, 8 p.m. were unable to attend the first ish War Veterans Auxiliary; Mar-
home of Louis Kasle
neetinp, may contact Rittman. 232- vin Faller; Temple Beth El; Mrs.
17-11adassah Donor . Lunch 5716. The teams play in the YMCA- Milton warren. Temple Beth El
Sisterhood: and Benzion Gotlib,
eon, 12:3Q p.m. Country ICAA Basketball League.
Zionist Organization of America.
18—Beth Israel Board of Edn-
Herman Acker; president of the
Cation Meeting, 3 p.m .
Senior Friendship Club, will pre-
side over tables reserved for senior
Bnai Brith Women, Flint Chap-
ter, is sponsoring a candlelight
supper-fashion show-dance 7 p.m.
... Goings Jacob N. Berg, 89
Nov. 20 at the Country Squire.
The mternational -evemng, called
Tacob N_ Berg, 521 S. Meade,
Rabbi :-Gilbert .Collin of Cong.
"Ports of Call," will start with a -Beth Israel -win participate in a -died. Oct. 30 at age 89.
social hour !Wowed by buffet sup- seMinar'41LT .aleohol- and drug edu- . Born in Russia, Mr. Berg had
per at 8, fashions for _men and wo- Cation training .sponsored by the lieen a resident of Flint for 47
men:- at 9:30 and dancing to .the Genesee County- .Segional Drug years, coming from Chicago. His
Ted Barry Combo.'.General Chair- Abuse Commission.- The seminar wife Fannie, preceded him in death
men are: Mrs. _Hy- IClein and Mrs... -will -consist of 15 two-hour sessions in 1968.
Bert Marx. Tickets and. decora-: taught by experts in all areas of
Mr. Berg was amember of Cong.
Lions are being handled -by Mrs.. drug and 'alcohol --abase. Rabbi Beth Israel and the Flint Jewish
A. Richard Benison; ,reservations. Kollin; in addition, to-working with Comunity Council. He was associ-
and ticket distribution,-;.Mesdamei the youth of his congregation, sits ated with the Imperial Store on
Jeffrey Blum, Leon -Schafer and on the' Jewish communal policy- Lewis St. since 1924, retiring in
Charles Silverman; fmancial, Mrs. making bodies.
Leonard Meizlish; invititions,=- Mrs.
A daughter, Naomi survives.
Ted-. Goldberg; telephone, •:Mrs,
Gerald Leiter; and publicity,. Mrs.
Jac* Kippeirnan and Mrs. Irving
Wise.man, assisted by Mrs. - Gordon
ecisiiA144.6.kr: Dr. and Mrs.
Suber. The affair is open to the
Clarence Pott of Ann Arbor an-
public. :.- _
pinkie the Marriage of their. daugh-
Beth Israel SisterhoOd Will have ter - Claudia th' Jeffrey Cossman,`
its:second oneg . Shebat of the sea- son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cos-
son '2 p.m: Nov. 20 at the home of khan' .4 Flint. The wedding took
Dr . and Mrs Samuel Gotlib, 3413 place in Ann Arbor, where they
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